Torm moves climate goal forward by five years to 2025

By as early as 2025, Torm means to reduce carbon emissions from its operated tanker fleet by 40 percent, thereby moving forward its original target by five years. The tanker operator's end goal remains climate neutrality by 2050.

Jacob Meldgaard, CEO at Torm and chair at Danish Shipping, is tightening the climate goals of the tanker carrier. | Photo: PR/Torm

Denmark-based product tanker operator Torm moves forward its climate goal by five years, which will lead to further investments in ships, systems and crews, the carrier writes in a press release on Monday.

CO2 emissions from Torm's operated fleet of more than 80 tankers must be reduced by 40 percent no later than 2025 compared to 2008. The previous target was a 40-percent reduction by 2030.

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